On the Data Center Frontier Show, Sabey Chief Revenue Officer Tim Mirick joins us to talk about Sabey’s history in data center development, and its big expansion announcements for 2022 in Austin and Central Washington.
An in-depth look at the latest trends impacting the world of data centers and cloud computing.
The Hillsboro data center market is poised for substantial growth over the next several years, and data center developers clearly see Hillsboro and the larger Portland, Ore., market as a hot spot for hyperscale and enterprise facilities.
In the latest step in its expansion beyond colocation, Evoque has formed a joint venture with Archer Datacenters to create a 100-megawatt data center campus in Gallatin, Tennessee.
Data center developer Switch will be acquired by DigitalBridge and infrastructure investors IFM and taken private in an all cash deal valued at about $11 billion. The deal continues a trend in which public data center REITs have been bought by large investors and taken private.
Aligned Data Centers has signed an agreement to acquire land, power, and water at Quantum Loophole’s massive new data center campus in Maryland, a big step toward extending the Northern Virginia cloud cluster across the Potomac into Frederick County.
Cologix provides an example of how investment and M&A can alter the trajectory of a data center provider’s journey. A $3 billion recapitalization has set the stage for Scalelogix, an initiative to deploy 200 megawatts of capacity in key hyperscale markets,
NTT Global Data Centers Americas has spent the past two years entering new markets in Hillsboro, Chicago, Santa Clara and Phoenix. The company’s expansion is now shifting to adding capacity by building more data centers on its campuses.
Data center leasing has kicked into warp speed, as cloud players and social networks race to procure cloud capacity for long-term growth. The record leasing is driven by concerns about project delays from supply chain disruptions.
Iron Mountain Data Centers has signed a 72-megawatt lease for a tenant in Northern Virginia, the largest lease in the company’s history. The deal reflects the the super-sizing of cloud deals and data center campuses across Northern Virginia.
Meta continues to prepare its digital infrastructure for the metaverse, adding three more data centers to its $1 billion cloud campus in Illinois. We look at Meta’s accelerating building boom and what it tells us about the future of data infrastructure.